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haha, thats not so bad, theres a lot of stuff in your sketchbook thats better as careful patience rendering! in fact, i think just careful patient rendering is pretty, but not really exciting
wheres the bust btw?
My sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...106521&page=11
ajvenema: I checked out your sketchbooks and i know what you mean: vitality (your stuff has loads of that btw) can outweigh painstaking accuracy. Normally i prefer going all loose too, but i got this idee fixe of trying to figure out how that kind of drawing works. We'll see how that works out. The bust has popped now btw.
Phil my man: If i remember my biology class, that's mostly electric currents. And grey goo and all that stuff. You'll have to wait a bit for some enviros, but i'm putting it on my to do list. :p
And here's today's handiwork (drumroll please) and a valkyrie in progress.
Wonderful drawings, much better as your paintings, they have not the same feeling: when the sign becomes flesh...
i've to face similar problems, for this i feel to assert these critics
Wow!!!! love your naked girl studies---great stuff---also liked the red eyed skull dude in post 261(i think). That pic really stands out.
Keep it up
Do check out my work in my sketchbook
and my clay modelling thread
Wooooo.. wicked hands
気計 - Quike
"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.."
The Spaniard's Sketchbook... No holds barred
fantastic hand studies man, nice work.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...99#post2372999 <- sketchbook...
http://woopatworks.blogspot.com/ <- Blog...
You had me at "valkyrie" Give 'er a weapon and set her loose! Likin' that outfit, too
Look, see! Nifty art! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=99803
Hey! Check out my blog here
your line work really improved! Looking at those hand studies: Great!
Thanks everybody for the nice comments on my hands. It's nice to hear that you think things are improving.
Amontillado: I' didn't know you were that easy :p Was thinking on doing some more versions of that one, definitely not the last thing you've seen of her.
It was a slow week drawing wise, so this is pretty much it. Mostly hands, cause that's fun to do The portraits are from this spring from an oil portrait course. Can you tell which one i did first?
Btw, i had my last model class for the school year (no i'm not in school anymore, it's night classes) and i'll try to photograph some of the succesful ones in the next few days. See y'all!
So here's a bunch of the bigger drawing i made in this year's model class. There's a few more i've yet to retrieve, i'll post those some other time. Sorry about the lousy photo quality.
awesome stuff - i especially love your hand gestures - they feel really nice and solid!
i would try and get a similar quality into your head drawings - as they are they work pretty well, but feel a little too tight and constricted, but i reckon if you start approaching them the same way you do your hands you will get some massive win
looking forward to seeing more
damn you, damn you! i have to get some life drawing courses for myself soon... i believe that the selfportrait number 2 is the one you did first, althought you could be mad villain and make us believe that the worse painting is the first one made...
MY SKETCHBOOK IN BIG LETTERS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=116474
COMPLETE LIST OF THE FORGOTTEN SKETCHBOOKS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=1#post1992378
hey, great stuff here,
I think if you were just a little bit more exacting with yourself, you could
do some killer stuff, not that they aren't good already, but,
even better soon eh?
SamC: You think so? Thank a lot!
pixelherder: Yeah, you shoudl go out and do some life drawing, it's one of the neatest hobbies a person can have.
strybjorn: I know, that's something i'd like to control better.
jatherip: I sure will!
Nettle: Alas, i'm no evil villain. Number 2 came second, was done in the last half hour of that day's session, to sort of unwind. I personally like it more, because it learned me more on how not to be afraid of describing planes with one brushmark. Plus, i look cheerier in that one. But we can disagree about that.
Deon: Trust me, it gets worse as you page back.
Helioth: Hah, you hit the nail on the head! I realise this of myself, and it's been a great source of self frustration recently. Have to work on that.
Not that these are such a great example. Anyways, two from ref (you get a glass of sherry if you can guess what movie n° 2's from) and one concept scene thingy. I'll scan some scribbles tomorrow.
Last edited by walnut; June 10th, 2009 at 06:32 PM.
I probably could have been more diligent with these as well.
Oh man, I love those hand studies!! Very cool book man!
love your pencil sketches and concepts
nice and loose and it shows what your going for very well.
Wow buddy , nice to see you are working hard ! I love your digital paintings ! http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1244729703 : damn buddy, you should work on this one, it could become an a great piece of art ! Take care
nice studies keep at it
the sb of an absolute beginner : http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...37#post2151037